|May2-09, 09:29 PM||#1|
Question as follows
f(x,y)=xy , find the level curves for c= +-1,+-2,+-3,+-4,+-5
My first attempt was to set f(x,y)=c
c=xy and y=1/x C and this is an hyperbolic function. Is that right?
I am also confused what values x can get. I know it is restricted and x>0.
Can x get the same value as C ?
|May3-09, 06:40 AM||#2|
|May3-09, 10:20 AM||#3|
Question does not say it is restricted. I said it because x is in the denumerator. if it is 0 then it is undefined.
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